Adhi Jaya Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... and although at first it's funny and part of the buzz, there comes a time when you are tired of it, and Indonesians were the worst of the lot! Needless to say Bali was beautiful, perhaps overcrowded in parts, but certainly flourishing from the tourism boom. We certainly would go back, albeit perhaps in a nice hotel further up the coast in Seminyak, certainly not counting out perhaps a couple of nights back on the mega club strip Kuta has to offer!! Here ...
... was also right about the fact that the sun goes directly up and down when you're on the equator. Ubud was just what we and our runny bums needed though. I've never been so chill. The monkeys woke dan up when they scratched his arm for a nut though. We went to some rice terraces too, and saw side boob at a waterfall. All in a days work. As if to serve as a stark reminder of how different Kuta is to Ubud, Dan got thrown up on in Alleycats on our last ...
... all the hype was about. We had been warned about the corrupt police in Bali and were told to be careful. We headed onto the crazy roads and made our way into Kuta. We got to the main intersection in a place called Kerobokan and stopped just in time for the red light. I noticed a few cops around and could see one of them waving their hand franticly. I laughed and said to Laura 'Oh look he is pulling that couple over' another ...
... get to our Hostel. It was not looking good when we first arrived as the place was a dump and it was full. The little Balinese woman claimed 'I hab good hostel for you and friend, I take you, bery, bery nice' at first we were dubious but this place was a dive so we were prepared to risk it. She offered to take us (and our bags) on the back of a motorbike but Rania flat out refused so we ordered us a taxi instead. It turned out to be an absolute result as the new accommodation ...
... land that looked larger than what one family might own. Many people around the volcano are also in the soil trade- the soil from the volcanic rock is valuable as a building supply, so people literally dig with shovels and load heaps of black dirt/rock into the back of dump trucks and drive their loads down to Denpasar or Ubud. Our guide thinks that this rock is used for landscaping, in concrete and brick-making. It is interesting being on a volcanic island.